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Escape to the Bahamas with The Art League

Artwork by Susan O'Neill
Artwork by Susan O’Neill

Welcome to January! With snow on the way…doesn’t it seem like the perfect time to ESCAPE! 

Ever daydream about sunshine, warm temperatures and days spent making art?

Good news!

The Art League makes a trip to the sunny Bahamas each year in February, and painters of all media join to paint en plein air (because sun and sand make for better conditions than snow and wind) in one of our travel workshops. Instructor Susan O’Neill will guide the group this year.

Roof and Sky, Hope Town (and details) by Susan Abbott

Roof and Sky, Hope Town (and details) by past travel workshop leader Susan Abbott

Visit and paint the beautiful Elbow Cay, located just off the cost of West Palm Beach, Florida, which features spectacular white sand beaches and aquamarine waters, as well as pastel clap-board cottages, and white picket fences overflowing with tropical foliage. O’Neill will lead the group for five days of inspiring plein-air watercolor painting to fully capture the light, colors and rhythms of the Bahamas.

Watercolor by Susan O'Neill
Watercolor by Susan O’Neill

This winter, the workshop is February 27–March 4, 2019.  To register or ask questions, contact Travel Workshop Coordinator Margaret Cerutti at 703-683-1780 x13 or margaretc@theartleague.org.

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